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Table 2: Clinical presentation and location of occlusion

From: Catheter-directed thrombolysis versus percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy in the management of acute limb ischemia: a single center review

  PMT (n = 28) CDT (n = 89) p value
DURATION OF SYMPTOMS
 Less than 24 h 5 (17.9%) 13 (14.6%) 0.338
 1 to 7 days 12 (42.9%) 52 (58.4%)  
 8 to 14 days 11 (39.25) 24 (27%)  
RUTHERFORD CLASSIFICATION
 I and IIA 23 (82.1%) 56 (62.9%) 0.058
 IIB 5 (17.9%) 33 (37.1%)  
OCCLUSION
 Thrombosed at stent 16 (57.1%) 12 (13.4%)  
 Thrombosed at bypass 4 (14.3%) 24 (27%)  
 Thrombosed at native vessel 8 (28.6%) 53 (59.6%)  
OCCLUDED
 Iliac 1 (3.6%) 0 (0%)  
 Iliofemoral 1 (3.6%) 5 (5.6%)  
 Femoral, popliteal 15 (53.6%) 30 (33.7%)  
 Femorocrural 7 (25%) 50 (57.3%)  
 Crural & pedal 4 (14.3%) 3 (3.4%)